For this challenge at mfpspeedyTV, you need to use vellum. I wanted to do something different for this challenge. I found a tutorial to make a luminary. I used the vellum for the center. I used Memento ink to color the vellum. I used a 1 1/4" circle punch to use as the stencil for the sun. My sun was sponged with Tangelo and Dandelion Memento Ink. My sky is Summer Sky and Bahama Blue Memento Ink. The sand ( beach) is Desert Sand Memento Ink. I let the ink dry before doing anything else with it. My patterned paper is BoBunny " Country Garden" Collection. My blue cardstock is Gina K. I used the back of the paper packs cardboard to give my project some stability. The patterned paper and blue cardstock was adhered to the cardboard. I then cut the center out with Spellbinder's Mega Oval Large die. I used my Crop a Dile to punch holes on each side. Once the vellum was dry, it was adhered to the inside of each diecut cardstock. I used the bird from Gullible stamp set and the sand dollar from Sand Dollar stamp set from Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co. The images were stamped on watercolor paper with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. The images were then colored with Distress markers, blended with water, and cut out. I used hemp to put together the sides of the luminary. The gull and sand dollar were adhered with foam tape. I used an electric tea light in the center of the luminary.
This is a great centerpiece for everyday or any special occasion.
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The challenge for this Tutorial Time is a Stand Up ZFold Card. I used the Lantern Stamp set from Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co. I stamped the in image and sentiment on Crafter's Companion white cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. Image was colored with Copics. My Copic colors were: Y11,Y13,Y15,Y18, YR 61, YR65, and YR68. I used Spica marker is orange for the accent. I then used colorless blender and a rag to give the image a spattered look. Base card is Gina K paper. My patterned paper is from the Prima "Zephyr" Collection. I used a flower punch from Stampin' Up! with a brad from my stash. I used Spellbinder's Label 18 for the image and sentiment. I used Spellbinder's Decorative Edge for my border.
Here are few more pictures of my project.
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For this challenge at MFP Speedy TV, I created a waterfall card. I used the stamp set Camellia from Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co. My images were stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored using H2Os. The sentiments were stamped in Brilliance Ink in colors Pearlescent Purple and Pearlescent Lime. My cardstock is Gina K, Crafter's Companion, Curious, and Bo Bunny "Garden Girl Collection". Ribbon is from Reasonable Ribbon. Brads and eyelet from my stash.
I loved making this card. This is my first waterfall card and it was sooo easy.
For this challenge at MFP Speedy TV, we created a medallion using paper and a scoreboard. For my medallion, I used BoBunny "Weekend Market Collection." My medallion was glued together using a hot glue gun. I placed a button in the middle to hide the glue center.I used the stamp set "Out of Time" from Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co. The image was stamped in Gina K's Black Onyx Inkpad and colored with Copic markers ( note: image bleed a little, so back to Memento ink for Copics) The sentiment was stamped with Gina K's Dark Chocolate Inkpad. My basecard is Gina K paper as well as the stamped images. I embossed Distress paper from core'dinations with Embossalicious folder " A Stitch in Time" and then sanded the paper from the distressed look. I used my corner rounder on the background and sentiment. I layered the card and glued the medallion on to it.
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The challenge this week at MFP SpeedyTV is create something purple and white. I was so excited for this challenge. My favorite color is PURPLE. I really enjoyed creating my card. I used the new stamp set Camellia from Mark'sFinest Papers a Heinrich Co. My base card was cut using Sizzix Circle Stand Up Die. I then cut the patterned paper from Gina K's Parisian Garden paper pack,with the bottom half of the die. I matched up the tongue on the papers and adhered together. I using Stampin' Up papers for the white and purple. The circles were cut using Spellbinder's Standard Large and Small Dies and layered on the base. My image was stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored using my Copic markers. The sentiment was stamped in Gina K's Edible Eggplant Ink.
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Embossing Machine ( I used my BigShot)
Cardstock: piece of scrap for the spackling, A2 size card
My cardstock is Stampin Up! Tempting Turquoise and Crafter's Companion UltraSmooth White cardstock
Putty knife or other utensil to spread paste
Embossing Folder ( I used Sizzix Stripes from Pinwheels and Stripes Set)
Spackle, Drywall Compound, gesso ( any type of pastelike material)
I recently learned this technique from another challenge I did. I changed the challenge up a little bit.
Here is my version:
I stamped my image using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with my Copics. I then diecut my image out using the Justrite Vintage Labels 4 die that coordinated with my image. I set this aside for later.
Using a larger size scrap paper ( just smaller than my A2 cardbase for layering), I spread my spackle compound on the paper. I wanted a layer that was not too thin or thick. I let that sit for about 2 minutes. I then used my embossing folder and embossed the paper to give it texture. The image will look rough ( that's what you want). I let the image dry.
While it was drying, I cleaned up my embossing folders and embossing plates. You don't want the spackle to dry on your tools.
Once the image was dry, I sprayed the paper with Glimmer Mist. You could use any type of spray.
My colors were Black Cherry and Turquoise Blue. Again let this dry.
This week's tutorial is Wax paper Resist. The tutorial can be found here.
I used Lanterns Stamp set from Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co. I used the wax paper resist image to stamp the lantern. The lantern was stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.For the resist, I used Distress Inks in Picked Raspberry and Spiced Marmalade. My cardstock is Crafter's Companion Glossy, Bazzill for base card, Shimmer paper by Anna Griffin. I stamped the phrase in Encore Gold Ink and used clear embossing powder over it. I used CropaDile Corner Chomper on the Shimmer paper. Gold Shimmer was embossed with Anna Griffin's Amelie Lace folder and diecut with Anna Griffin edge die.
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This week's challenge for FOSTV is "Easter Card". For this chaalenge, I used Hoppy Easter Stamp set from Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co. I stamped the bunny with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored in using colored pencils. The image was blended using a blending stump and Gamsol. I used Spellbinder's Floral Ovals Dies to cut the image, sentiment, and patterned paper out. The image and sentiment were sponged in Memento Dandelion Ink. "Hoppy Easter" was stamped in Memento Tangelo Ink and popdotted. Ribbon is from Reasonable Ribbon. My papers are Gina K, Crafter's Companion, and Echo Park Springtime paper.
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I used Distressed Stains for my coloring of the canvas background. The colors are Peacock Feathers, Shaded Lilac, Picked Raspberries, and Mowed Lawn. Card base is Gina K paper. Patterned paper is BoBunny "Alora" Collection. Ribbon is from Reasonable Ribbon. The canvas I used is Lyons Canvas Stick-On Canvas. I found the canvas at Stampingscrapping.com. I enjoyed trying something new.
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